In 2001 the Australian Council for Adult Literacy published its position paper on adult literacy and numeracy.
What does ACAL stand for?
ACAL stands for Australian Council for Adult Literacy (Australia)
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We have 25 other meanings of ACAL in our Acronym Attic
- Associação de Coordenação e Apoio Juvenil (Portugal)
- Australian Council of Agricultural Journalists (Victoria, Australia)
- Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education (Melrose Park, PA)
- Academia de Ciencias de América Latina (Spanish: Academy of Sciences of Latin America, Venezuela)
- African Conference on African Linguistics
- Agents Calendar System (State Farm Insurance)
- Arco Clube Ar Livre (Archery Portuguese Club)
- Asociación de Archiveros de Castilla Y León (Castille and Leon, Spain)
- Australasian Conference Association Limited
- Australian Conference on Artificial Life
- Automated Circuit Assurance, Long
- Antigonish County Adult Learning Association (Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Armament and Chemical Acquisition and Logistics Activity
- US Army Armament & Chemical Acquisition & Logistics Agency
- Académie Africaine des Langues (French: African Academy of Languages)
- Autoimmune Chronic Active Liver Disease
- Association of Chief Archivists in Local Government (UK)
- Army Computer-Aided Acquisition & Logistics Support
- Action Committee Against Land Transfer (Jammu and Kashmir areas)
- Academia Culinaria de Las Américas (Spanish: Culinary Academy of Las Americas; Guatemala)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Time to get it right: Communique from the Australian Council for Adult Literacy.
As the tasks were developed by Statistics Canada, drawing from countries that had participated in the survey prior to Australia's involvement, the Australian Council for Adult Literacy (ACAL) rightly points out that `the characterisation of some of the everyday tasks may not be consistent with the kinds of ways that these things are understood in Australia (ACAL View, http://www.